More about White Sage (Salvia Apiana)
This incredibly fragrant and crispy natural incense white sage herb (whole stems with leaves) sources directly from Oregon in the United States to you. The natives of the great American planes have been using this herb since before time started. They use it to clean away the bad and attract whats good. A beautiful scent that helps to focus the intention of your most profound prayers carrying them directly to the center of creation. It is an uplifting scent that opens the higher chakras, pure blessing. Easy to use, put some herb on ambers or charcoal and smudge away or just let it burn perfume your surroundings.
White Sage (Salvia Apiana) description
Salvia Apiana Sage, Lamiaceae (Mint family), is a sub-shrub that can reach over 1 meter tall. The leaves are widely lanceolate and tapered at the base. The margin is minutely toothed and rounded.
The leaves are generally basal and have a layer with dense hairs, which gives it a white coloring, and are about 4-8 cm long. The inflorescence is a spike-like clusters with few flowers. The flowers are bilateral, about 12-22 mm in length, and are white with lavender spots and streaks. Both the stamens and styles exert outwards. The fruit form into shiny, light brown nutlets that are 2,5-3 mm in size.